Having recently spent time in Australia with his sister, Syd has returned to the UK with a desire to further change his lifestyle.
We hope everyone has had a fantastically productive year and as it comes to an end we have our annual Christmas shutdown, which will take place from the 22nd of December until the 3rd of January.
Everyone here at MPM wishes you a very Merry Christmas and every success for the New Year!
We are proud to announce that James Kilbane has won the Apprentice of the Year at this year’s Composites UK awards.
The Composites UK awards have become the pivotal place for the industry to come together and celebrate the achievement of UK companies as world-leading innovators in composites.
MPM are proud to be the Platinum sponsors of the Composites UK awards, the premier black-tie awards occasion for the UK composites industry.
It can be tricky to find the right people with the right skills and then it is often time consuming to train new people. It can take 5 years, and in some cases more to train people to a level where they are truly competent, so it is with great pride that we acknowledge one of our recent Apprentices being shortlisted within such a prestigious event.
The Industry association use this award each year to recognise the investments being made by companies in their H&S programmes. The association and judges want to see activities that demonstrate quantifiable improvements and go beyond legal requirements imposed through legislation and codes of practice.
MPM were proud to help Just Trays with their latest product, an innovative shower Tray. For more information on how we helped Just Trays, check out our Just Trays case study.
A celebration is in order for John, our HS Leader, after passing his final exams and earning his NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.
Here at MPM we helped a group of Undergraduate Engineering Students at The University of Leeds to build the composite body for a race car, as part of their course. The group of students took their finished car the Gryphon One to Silverstone to participate in the Formula Student Race amongst other Universities from around the world.
Ben and Dylan have conquered the iconic Coast 2 Coast route – a gruelling 150 miles and 4500 metres of ascent from Seascale to Whitby. The popular route is completed by hundreds every year, usually in 4 or 5 days – Ben and Dylan managed a breakneck 10 hours and surpassed their target, reaching £2,525 in aid of the charity Whizz Kidz.